FAIR QUEEN CROWNING
Candidate MUST have an entry in the 2023 Montgomery County Fair, either in the Livestock and/or Non-Livestock Division and MUST COMPLY WITH LIVESTOCK AND/OR NON-LIVESTOCK GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS AND ALL ENTRY FORM DUE DATES. All candidates must be a junior attending a Montgomery County high school, private, public or zoned to the Montgomery County school district if homeschool the entire school calendar year.
Each applicant’s official entry form must be turned into the Fair Office or emailed to
[email protected] (not mailed) no later than FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2022 by 3:00 p.m. All entry forms must be accompanied by a RECENT photo of the applicant (PHOTO MUST BE A 5 X 7 SIZE) and Essay. (please see page 2 for Essay format).
APPLICATIONS MUST BE COMPLETE AND NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
There will be a meeting for all candidates, parents and/or guardians on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 AT 7:00 p.m. at the lone star convention center.
The 2022 Montgomery County Fair Queen Candidates have been hard at work preparing for the competition, and the spotlight, at this year’s Fair! Please plan to join us and celebrate this amazing group at the Fair Queen Candidate Public Speaking Saturday March 26th in the Event Tent, and then head on into the Woodforest National Bank Arena for the Rodeo that night to see your favorite Candidate crowned!
To Apply Online, click the blue button to get started.
You will need to collect electronic signatures as well as upload your photo and essay with the form.
To Apply Traditionally, download the Fair Queen Application below, print, fill out and deliver to the office along with your photo and essay.
Fair Queen: Cali LaCaze | Caney Creek High School
First runner up: Liliana Martinez
Second Runner Up: Gussie Armatys
Miss Congeniality: Karley Hutchins